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Song Parodies -> "It's Stranger On The Shore"

Original Song Title:

"Stranger On The Shore"

Original Performer:

Kenny G

Parody Song Title:

"It's Stranger On The Shore"

Parody Written by:

John Lomain

The Lyrics

Lyrics I thought up to this song a quite a while ago, this is how it'd be if it had words
It's stranger on the shore than it has been
If you would start a war then you would never win
It's stranger on the shore today
The wind is blowing everything far away

And the rain is pouring down
And causing a flood
And it's turning all
the mountains to mud

It's stranger on the shore than it has been
Nature will fight a war that it will never win

And the hail is falling down In all of its forms
And it's causing a whole lot of storms
And it's going to destroy all the beach
And it's going to destroy all that's in reach

It's stranger on the shore near all the bins
Nature will fight a war and maybe it will win
Oh and maybe it will win
We'll try to not let it win

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Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 4

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